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February 21, 2012

Tiny holes ventilate the magnetic assemblies that move the sound-producing diaphragms in these high-fidelity headphones. The ventilation eases airflow that would otherwise cause the diaphragm to wobble slightly, introducing distortions into the sound.

Product: HD700 Headphones
Cost: $1,000
Availability: Now
Source: www.sennheiserusa.com
Companies: Sennheiser

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